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,THE ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1906.
And Something About It
Did ycu say you wanted to buy a house?
If so, you're the fellow that this is intended for.
You see we have a cood many houses for sale but thi3
is all about cne particular house and it's a beauty and a bar
gain. As you approach the house you will notice that it is an
east front that the lot is high with just a nice terrace. The
cement sidewalks, which add a great deal to the looks of the
place, extend all along the front of the lot clear arcund the
house and back to the alley.
The arrangement of the downstairs is such that your
wife can do all her housework without "getting tired it's han
dy doesn't require a whole lot of unnecessary steps.
When you enter the front door you encounter an elegant
reception hall with a fine oak staircase leading upstairs. The
hall is as larrje as an ordinary room. Off to one side is a
wide doorway connecting with the living roan which is roomy
enough to justify the name. The dining poem and the kitchen
occupy the balance of the downstairs. The kitchen has every
thing in it tc make life comfortable gas stove, sink, hot and
cold water, big pantry, etc.
Downstairs from the kitchen is the cellar. You will no
tice that it is extra large, being under the whole house. Also,
that the foundations are of Le Claire stone, and 18 inches
thick. The furnace is a good make and big enough to keep
the house warm in the coldest weather.
The upstairs was planned with an eye to convenience.
There are three bedrooms and a bath room all opening off of
the upstairs hallway. Each bedroom has two windows and a
roomy clothes closet and all three are extra large.
The bath room has a porcelain tub large enough for a
s!ort swim. It is also furnished with every other conveni
ence including a medicine closet in which to keep the arnica.
The plumbing is strictly high grade. No danger of the water
pipes c-r connections rusting out and leaking all over the car
pets. You will be surprised at the price it is ridiculously low.
But the owner has a special reason for selling and is willing
to let it go at ccst $3,600.
We would be glad to haul you out to look at the place
or any other of the numerous houses which we have listed.
If you buy the property and want to borrow eome money
cn it we have it to loan, at 6 per cent.
Schreiner l Hubbard,
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
1801 1-2 Second Ave. Old Phone 702Y
ij m v mo ne v I!
1 NEVER RUNS OUT
WHEN IT COMES TO BUYING, SELLING OR EXCHANGING.
SECOND HAND GOODS I STAND ALONE. NOW THEN THE MOST
BEAUTIFUL PART OF MY WHOLE LIFE HAS BEEN TO KEEP
MY WORD, FOR I PLAINLY SEE IT HAS MADE ME MONEY AND
FRIENDS. COME FEARLESSLY AND DEAL WITH ME. AL
THOUGH A CRANK I LOVE TO PLEASE YOU JUST THE SAME.
I ACTUALLY HAVE PEOPLE THAT TRADE IN MY STORE THAT
HATE ME. WHY DO THEY TRADE WITH SUCH A MAN? PURE
AND SIMPLE, THERE NEVER WAS A SPOT LIKE IT, THAT CAR
RIES $10,000 WORTH OF SECOND HAND GOODS. SO NOW
WHEN WE WANT ANYTHING WE WILL ALL GO DOWN TO
JONES' SECOND HANDED STORES. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY
ATTENDED TO. BOTH PHONES, THE OLD AND THE YOUNG
ONE. I DON'T CARE WHETHER YOU READ THIS AD OR NOT.
I AM STILL THE MEANEST MAN IN TOWN, AND YOU
CANT STOP ME FROM WANTING TO BUY YOUR HOUSEHOLD
GOODS, SELL YOU HOUSEHOLD GOODS, STORE YOUR GOODS,
AND MAKE YOU A LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS. HOUSE
HOLD GOODS SOLD ON PAYMENTS. GOODS SOLD ON COMMIS
SION. SO COME AND MAKE JUST ONE LITTLE DEAL WITH ME
FOR A CONVINCER. I THANK YOU FOR READING THIS.
. WILL BUY MORTGAGES AND NOTES. MAKE SMALL LOANS
ON REAL ESTATE. OPEN EVENINGS.
J. W. JONES, 1623 2d Ave.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
tt Maud For Wa rata I pa.
The naval constructors who are en
gaged on the plans for the next battle
ship to be built by the United States
hare completed the design for a skele
ton mast, with the same principle of
construction applied to the yards., says
a Washington correspondent of the
New York Tribune. This mast will
support the observation tops, where
will be situated the fire control officers,
those who direct the gun fire by means
of observing the vulnerable points of
the enemy and ascertaining by range
finders the proper direction of the pro
jectiles. Formerly masts of this kind
were built of hollow steel; hereafter
they are to be of skeleton steel frame
work, so that a shot coming In contact
with the mast or yard so bnilt will not
bring jt down or .do more Iban destror-
part of the support. This is a tie-v
feature in battleship construction and
Is understood to be adopted from for
eign vessels which are now building.
It will introduce the principle of pre
senting to the enemy as little of a tar
get as possible. It Is believed that the
percentage of hits possible at sea in
action will be small enough to protect
the structure from demolition.
Why docs the sun burn? Why does
a mosquito sting? Why do we feel un
happy in the good old summer time?
Answer: We don't. We use DeWitt"?
Witch Hazel Salve and these little Ills
don't bother us. Learn to look for the
name on the box to get the genuine.
StJd by all druggists.
All the news all the time The Argus
We have nothing to conceal 1 No secrets to
hide! We publish the formulas of all our medi
cines. You will find these in Ayer's Almanac
for 1906. If you do not have copy we will
gladly send you one. Then show the formulas to your doctor. If he does
not approve, then do not buy; if he approves, then buy, and keep these stand-
ard family medicines on hand:
17EDS AT GENESEO
Attorney James F. Murphy and
Miss Alice E. Hayes Mar
B UDE A GRADUATE OF VILLA
Ceremony of Nuptial High Mass Con
Conducted by Rev. Father Foley
Schwartzman Cohn Nuptials.
An Interesting and very pretty
.vedding ceremony was celebrated
n Geneseo this morning at 0
clock at St. Malachy's church, when
Miss Alice E. Hayes, daughter of Mr.
ind Mrs. Cornelius Hayes of Geneseo
became the bride of James F. Murphy
jf this city, Rev. Father Foley, at nup
tial high mass, conducting the services.
The mass was sung by the church choir
of which Miss Hayes was a member,
and during the service Will Curley cf
Geneseo sang "Hearts and Flowers.','
Miss Mary Murphy of Chebanse, III., a
sister of the groom, presided at the or
gan. Miss Florence Murphy of Che
banse, sister of the groom, was brides
Maid and Virgil Bradley of Geneseo
was best .man. The church was very
beautifully decorated in the wedding
colors, green and white, the altar being
banked with ferns, palms and white
roses, with festoons of white ribbon.
The bride wore a handsome gown of
white chiffon over white silk, with
trimmings of real lace. She wore a
long tulle veil and carried a white pray
er book. The bridesmaid's gown was
white Persian lawn and she wore a
white picture hat.
At 'the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cor
nelius Hayes, which was also decora
ted in palms, ferns and white flowers,
about fifty intimate friends and rela
tives gathered to offer congratulations
and partake of an elaborate wedding
breakfast. Dean J. J. Quinn, Rev.
J. F. Lockney, Mr. and Mrs. A.
McLecs. with whom Mr. Murphy has
made his home for five years, were
present from Rock Island, and Patrick
Murphy, Mrs. Margaret Myron, and
Rev. Father Dwyer from Chebanse.
Mrs. Murphy is an only daughter and
a great favorite, a lady of charming
personality. She graduated from the
high school of Geneseo and from the
Villa de Chautal here in the class of
1904. Mr. Murphy is a graduate of
Notre Dame university, and previous
to coming to Rock Island five years
ago practiced law in partnership with
W. J. Ilines in Chicago. After coming
to this city he was in business alone
for some lime, later entering into part
nership with J. F. Witter In the firm
of Murphy & Witter. Mr. and Mrs.
Murphy will visit in Chicago and Che
banse, and will be at home after Sept.
19 at 534 Twenty-seventh street, this
Srhnrnrl imnn-( ohn uptlnl.
At Industrial hall last evening at S
o'clock the marriage of two young peo
ple prominent in Jewish circles was
celebrated when Miss Sarah K. Cohn.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cohn.
103G Fourteenth-and-a-half street, be
came the bride of Samuel Schwartz
man. Rabbi Goldman performing the
marriage ceremony before a company
of several hundred people. The wed
ding anarch was played by Bleuer's or
chestra and during the ceremony softly
played selections from Lohengrin.
The little Misses Bessie and Goldie
Sosna and Masters luis and Bennie
Cohn, brothers of the bride, formed an
aisle with white ribbons from the ante
room to the center of the room where
a large wedding bell of pink and white
was suspended and where the cere
mony was performed. Down this aisle
marched the bridal party led by Cella
Sosna, the ringbearer. The brides
maids were Misses Anna Goldman,
Edith Siegel, and Susie Silberstein.
and the groomsmen were Philip Living
ston, W. H. Morris, and George Press,
and the trainbearer was little Miss Es
ther Rachman of Omaha. The bride's
gown was white net over white taffeta,
trimmed with lace and ribbon, with
the long tulle veil, and she carried a
shower bouquet of bride's roses. The
bridesmaids wore gowns of white silk.
pale blue silk and lavender silk, and
carried bouquets of white roses.' The
train and ribbon bearers were ail dess-
ed in white. The grand march was led
by Miss Silverstein and W. H. Morris
to the banquet hail, where a wedding
supper was served. The hall was elan
orately decorated with festoons of pink
and white extending from the sides of
the room and caught at the wedding
bell In the center. The array of pres
ents was large and very beautiful, the
groom's gift to the bride being a hand
some sunburst brooch set with pearls
and emeralds. The bride is an accom
plished young woman and very popular
In the circle in which she moves. The
groom has been employed as salesman
for Simon Lewis, but will shortly open
up a grocery store at Fourth avenue
and Tenth street. Mr. and Mrs.
Schwartzman will take a short wed
ding trip east, and will upon their re
turn make their home in this city.
The guests from out of town were Mr.
and Mrs. Slgel and Miss Edith Sigel
from Ottnmwa, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. E.
1L. Press. Miss Press and George Press
of Chariton. Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Rach
man and Miss Rachman of Omaha.
Misp Bessie Kulp of Chicago, Mr. , and
Mrs. Harry Cohn of Fairfield, Iowa, and
Mr. and Mrs. Chapman of Des Moines,
istrate Elliott. Hayes was attempting
to dispose of phoney rings at the Rock
Island depot, and when called to ac
count by Officer Fitzgerald, put up a
Gets Thirty Days. V
George Hayes, a young man hailing
'rom Omaha, was sentenced to 30 days
la Uig county jail this morning by. Mag-
Miss Grace Smedley Is spending the
day in Qalesburg. '
Lee Judson and William Kruse of
Elgin, are visiting ia the city.
Miss Mabel Sill of Normal is the
guest of Miss Elizabeth Wiley of this
Mrs. Elisa Mitchell returned to Der
by, Kans., yesterday after a visit at
the home of J. H. Chandler in South
Mrs. Jess Sayre and daughter. Miss
Jennie, of Grand Island. Neb., are vis
iting at the home of the former's broth
er, P. J. Murrin.
Miss Etta Picklum is at Bonaparte,
Iowa, where sho will spend several
weeks with friends In the country, and
along the Des Moines river.
Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Shepherd of Wa
tertown and Mrs. Jessie Sharp and
son Lee, of Monmouth, have returned
Collie after a visit at the home of B. R.
I). J. Kennedy of South Heights and
brother Marshall Kennedy of Moline,
were railed to Kingston,, Ontario, by
the death of their father. They will re
turn about Aug. 14.
Commissioner's Report on Drainage
District No. 2 in City is Heard in
Judge E. E. Parmenter in the county
court today approved the assessment
roll of drainage district No. 2, of this
city, comprising the territory from
Eleventh to Twenty-second streets,
and from Eighteenth avenue to the
river. The proposed drainage system
will cost, according to the estimate.
$43,275. Of this amount, over half is
paid by general taxation of the city,
and the remainder by special taxation
in the district. The assessment roll
was made by Pleasant F. Cox as com
missioner. This is the first of the new
storm drain districts- to be approved in
the county court. The few objections
made wero withdrawn.
(Society news, written or telephoned
to the society editor of The Argus, will
bo gludly received and published. But
n either cnsi the identity of the sender
nust be made known, to insure relia
bility. Written notices should bear sis
nature and address.
Social Session of Tribunes. Home
tribunal No. 1, Fraternal Tribunes, held
a social session after a short business
meeting last night at Odd Fellows hall.
number of interesting and amusing
guessing contests were held. The first
was the guessing of advertisements.
Familiar advertisements were cut from
pane rs and magazines and all wording
erased, the object being to determine
what the picture advertised. Miss Car
oline Terkelsen took first prize and
Henry Kramer, booby prize. In the
second contest, anagrams of poets,
Charles White took first prize and Miss
Lizzie Sjoiden, booby prize. Refresh
ments were served and there was danc
ing until 12 o'clock. Robert Rexdale,
supreme secretary, was present at the
Market-Stubbs. The Geneseo Daily
News reports the marriage of Miss
Lela M. Stubbs, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Stubbs of that city, to
John M. Market of Rock Island, the
ceremony taking place Sunday after
noon at the home of the bride's par
ents. Rev. Carl Lundgren performed
the marriage ceremony, with only the
immediate relatives present. Mr. and
Mrs. Market will make their home In
MAY COME HERE
Prosecution of H. A. Suttle, Min
ing Company Promoter,
Dropped at Peoria.
PRELIMINARY IS POSTPONLD
Defendant Has Sued H. L. Dooley of
Rock Island for Damages to
Repeat Sociable. The Ladies' Aid
society of the Pleasant Valley Luth
eran church will repeat the lawn socia
ble which the rain interfered with last
Saturday evening. The second affair
will be given Friday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Cramer, at
Pleasant Valley. The 8:35 o'clock I. &
I car will stop at Eipper's crossing,
which is only two blocks from the Cra
Pupils' Recital. The piano class of
Mrs. B. R. Davis gave a recital at
Woodman hail, Watertown, last even
ing. About fourteen pupils took part.
They were assisted by a reader and vo
calist from Watertown. Mr. and Mrs.
B. R. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Will Totten,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kroeger, and
Miss Mabel Cahall from this city at
tended the recital.
Kemnitz-Willms. Word has been re
ceived in the city of the marriage of
Miss Edith, Wlllms and Frederick Kem
nitz, both of this city, at Milwaukee,
Sunday afternoon. They will make
their -home In Chicago. Both young
people have been making their home In
Milwaukee for some time.
Acute attacks of cholera and diar
rhoea come on without warning and
prompt relief must be obtained. There
Is no necessity of incurring the ex
nense of a physician's service In Buch
cases if Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy is at hand. A
dose of this remedy will relieve the pa
tient before a doctor could arrive. It
has never been known to fall, even In
the most severe and dangerous cases,
and no family should be without it.
For sale by all leading druggists.
According to Peoria newspapers Her
bert A. Suttle, charged with embezzle
ment of $14,000 from the Cypress Min
ing company of this city, may escape
prosecution on this charge and face
indictment for conducting a confidence
game, for which the penalty is a max
imum sentence of 14 years in the peni
tentiary. Suttle is making a desperate effort
to stave off prosecution through the
filing of damage suits against the pro
secuting witnesses, and yesterday
brought suit for $50,000 against H. L.
Dooley of Rock Island, for alleged in
juries to his reputation and a further
suit of $10,000 against the Hauraan
Mining company and H. L. Dooley as
an officer of the company on an alleged
debt of the company to him. Service
was secured on Mr. Dooley who was at
Peoria yesterday. Suttle's preliminary
hearing was postponed for a week by
a Peoria justice yesterday.
Allejcrd Acta Com mi (ted Here.
It Is now probable that the embezzle
ment proceedings against Suttle will
be dropped tin the ground that the acts
making up the alleged crime were com
mitted in Rock Island county and not
in Peoria county and the case would
have to be begun over In Rock Island.
This discovery was made yesterday by
State's Attorney Seholes, who took up
the case at the request of H. L. Dooley,
H. C. Dooley and President Johnson,
officers of the Cypress company.
It developed yesterday according to
the attorney that In the correspondence
between Suttle and II. L. Dooley there
is a prima facia case of confidence
game and it has been practically de
termined that prosecution will be trans
ferred to the grand jury for considera
tion of this charge.
WILL TRY FOR BIG PRIZE
Local Aerie cf Eagles Represented in
Contest at Milwaukee Meeting.
The local aerie of Eagles is plan
ning to make a strong effort to capture
the $500 prize at the convention to be
held next, week at Milwaukee, and to
this end the team h:is been drilling for
many weeks. The team will be nni
foniR'd in suits of blue trousers, white
thin sweaters, and blue caps. Should
they not capture the prize, they will at
least make a creditable showing for
the aerie. Seotty Ranker and W. H.
Brough leave Saturday evening for
Milwaukee, to prepare for the team
and other members who will attend.
The team goes to Milwaukee Tuesday.
DISCUSS TELEPHONE RATES
Council Meets Tonight to Consider
Amendment to Ordinance.
The city council meets this evening
in committee of the whole for the pur
pose of considering the projosed
amendment of the ordinance of the
new telephone company, providing for
an increase in the telephones rates and
relief from the 2 per cent franchise tax
assessed in the original ordinanc, pass
ed in 1901. The question will probably
not be disposed of this evening. At
tho session tonight the council will
also consider the proiosed ordinance
for the placing of waste paper boxe by
R. H. Taylor.
STILL HOPE FOR RECOVERY
E. S. Johnson, Uncle of Clarence Mar
tin, Returns from St. Louis.
E. S. Johnson of Davenport, an un
cle of Clarence Martin of this city, has
returned from St. Louis, and reports
that there is still hope for the young
man's recovery from the injuries he
sustained In the accident of July 11.
He is still paralyzed below the neck,
but the muscles respond slightly to the
electric treatment being used.
Licensed to Wed.
Cyrus R. Rcdficld ..Moline
Gertrude N. Wooden Moline
Emile A. Ehm Rock Island
Mrs. Jennie Everson Moline
Maurice J. Roderick Rock Island
Edith M. St rate Rock Island
Moline Woman Insane.
Emma Steinhagen of South Molint.
was adjudged insane in the county
court yesterday afternoon and commit
ted to the Watertown hospital. She
had been troubled with mental weak
ness frcm childhood. She is 25 years
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